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Where To Sell/Dismantle Gear In Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands

In Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands your inventory can get full fast, very fast. This guide on Where To Sell/Dismantle Gear In Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands will tell you how you can clear your inventory so you have more space to loot more weapons, armor, and pieces of equipment.

If you’re not familiar with Borderlands, you may not find out how to sell items quickly and easily. However, it is very simple. At the start of the game you are unable to sell items. You need to progress far enough to reach the first vending machines, featured in the image at the top of this article. Once you have found vending machines you are able to sell directly to them. We haven’t found a way to dismantle yet but most people would be looking for that as a means to clear out their inventory, this serves the same purpose.

Where To Sell/Dismantle In Tiny Tina’s Wonderlands

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Once you have found vending machines approach them and interact with them. You will see, at the very top of the screen, the available options. There’s “Buy Back”, “Purchase”, “Sell”, you simply need to navigate using the appropriate buttons (R1/RB) to switch to the sell tab.

This is where you need to be careful. You can sell everything, even the items you have equipped. It’s a stupid system, especially in a game that is nearly entirely loot-based. Go through your equipped items and favorite them all. You can then just spam sell everything in your inventory safely.

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